Jet throw distance

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Parkie
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Good Evening all

Ok confesions first im an engineer not a physicist. However i have a problem i hope you can help with.

How do you calculated the distance water will travel from a jet on the horazontal through water itself.

I know i have a jet oriface of 4mm, i have 53.33 litres per minute passing through this jet at a pressure of 148.01barg. hence i have a velocity of 70.731m/s^2. So how how do i calculate the distance the jet of water will go? the jet is in a tank of water so its not like a jet of water through air.

Can anyone help?

Cheers

Parkie
 

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Parkie
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cheers dude, if we say its pass through water at 50 deg then we know that has a kinematic viscosity of 0.553 m^2/s x 10^-6
 

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